They say in the tutorial: melt the soap and pour into molds or something like that.
Actually there seem to be soap and soap, on the photo you can see what happened to my soap: it didn’t melt at all and I only got a slobbery mass.
Well, another time I will look better what kind of soap I’m buying ;-))
Hand Made Soap (Handgemachte Seife) (German)
I found more tutorials where they ‘refine’ the soap with almond oil and dried herbs:
How to Rebatch Soap (Almond Oil Method) (English)
How to Rebatch Soap (Dried Herb Method) (English)
both via: Rebatching Ivory Soap (English)
I found the examples for soap carving so beautiful, that I present them although it’s no tutorial.
Anyhow: What is there to be explained? Actually it must be done.
An icebear for instance ;-)
At craftster: Soap Carving
I already presented felted soap and poured soap and was therefore curious when sseing the tutorial on how to make tattooed soap.
I find the idea cute and think it would be a nice small present.
Here at unikatissima:
Goldfish in a Bag (poured soap)
You see soaps on the photo, aren’t they stunning?
I have never poured soaps until now and actually I don’t want to try it (I think that it is muuuch fun, but I simply don’t know anymore where to put my stuff ;-)).
This instruction for a Goldfish in a Bag could perhaps weaken my resoluteness ;-))
At craftster: Goldfish in a Bag
While surfing I found a tutorial on how to make bath bombs.
I’d never thought that you could make them yourself!
Next summer will be a good time for a try, when the weather is dry and hot.
I heard somewhere about felting soap and I asked myself why one should do this!
Then I found the tutorial on how to felt soap, tried it and really enjoyed it ;-)
It is not alone the process of felting, but later the washing of my hands with my felted soap felt wonderful too! So I didn’t give it away but kept it just for myself ;-)
It is gone now and I really should felt another.